Code of Conduct: Improving conflict sensitive reporting & journalist safety in South Asia 

Our Code of Conduct to Improve Conflict Sensitive Reporting and Safety of Journalists in South Asia is available now.

Media experts address challenges facing Southeast Asian media landscape

Media experts from across Southeast Asia reviewed a draft research report on the impacts of COVID-19 on the SEA region.

Media experts discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on the Southeast Asian media landscape

Media experts discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on media freedom, journalist safety and media business viability in Southeast Asia.

UNESCO IPDC

Projet : Protéger les journalistes en Haïti et lutter contre la désinformation et la mésinformation pendant une pandémie

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer notre prochain projet de renforcement des capacités des journalistes en Haïti.

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PROJECT UPDATE | PMA partners with Asia Democracy Network for UNESCO – IPDC project

PMA partners with the Asia Democracy Network on the impacts of COVID-19 on media freedom, media viability and journalists’ safety in Southeast Asia project.

World Radio Day 2021

World Radio Day 2021

Radio continues to play a pivotal role in society wherever you live. We invite all PMA members to tell us about their innovations for this year's World Radio Day.

UNESCO IPDC

UNESCO’S IPDC supports two COVID-related projects in partnership with the Public Media Alliance

Work in favour of public service journalism has won further support from UNESCO’s IPDC with the announcement of two new PMA projects.

Why Public Media Matters: WPFC 2020

Catch up with our session ‘Why Public Media Matters’ from this year's virtual World Press Freedom Conference.

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World Press Freedom Conference 2020

Join us at the digital edition of this year’s WPFC conference where we will be hosting a session called Why Public Media Matters.

UNESCO women journalists survey

Global Survey: Online violence against women journalists and effective measures to combat the problem

Take part in UNESCO and ICFJ's global survey on online violence against women journalists.